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Our separately managed accounts leverage our global resources, in-depth research and risk management expertise to deliver a customized investment solution for the high-net-worth investor.

About Managed Accounts

Managed accounts are individually tailored investments designed to meet the specific objectives and needs of today's sophisticated investors.

Simply stated, a managed account allows an individual to invest in a diversified portfolio of individual securities. Unlike a mutual fund, the individual securities are owned directly by the investor. This portfolio of securities is managed by a professional money manager and is often packaged with customized advice from an investment professional.

US Managed Account Growth Continues

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Source: Ceruli & Associates Managed Account Research Quarterly Summary. As of December 31, 2012.

Why Separately Managed Accounts from GSAM?

Once clients decide that a managed account is an appropriate investment, the next critical decision is selecting the right money manager. Since 1989, institutional investors have relied on GSAM's expertise to help define their investment policies and manage their portfolios. We deliver customized fundamental equity investment solutions for Strategic Growth, Mid-Cap Growth, Strategic Value, and Mid-Cap Value.

 

Global Presence and Local Insights

Access to sophisticated global investment opportunities through our understanding of local markets.

 

Team Approach to Portfolio Management

Confidence in the sustainability and integrity of the investment process.

 

Disciplined Process

Investment returns that can be explained, and seek to be repeated.

 

Rigorous Risk Management

Portfolios that support the risk/return profiles clients seek and an understanding of what drives returns over time.

For more information about GSAM’s approach to managed account investing, contact your GSAM relationship manager.